In recent years, our nation has raised a tide ofpreservation of cultural relics.Ho
For example, towards some old houses, oneof the common measures is to renovate them with new materials and make themlook bright and luxurious. After that, the house owners are not allowed to livein these houses and they cannot sell them as well. The only purpose of these “new”houses is to be visited and be decorated. This kind of measure is noteconomical and unreasonable. For one thing, the house owners need to spend alot of money to preserve the houses; for another, our traditional culturesfeatured at these houses cannot be spread effectively to others and the nextgenerations. Thus, the measure made to preserve the cultural relics needed toimprove.
Another example, concerning some famousbuildings, our government spends a lot of money to renovate and preserve them andcharges for the entrance fee. This kind of action to a large extent keepspeople from visiting these famous buildings; doubtless, the spread of ourtraditional cultures is also limited.
Therefore, in order to spread our traditionalcultures and preserve the cultural relics, our government needs to mend theirmeasures. At the same time, people should enhance their awareness of protectionof cultural relics and mend their manners.